Kilmallie Parish Church website address has changed: https://sites.google.com/view/kilmallie-parish-church/home
This will go live on Wednesday 10 June 2020 at 8:00am
This event is supported by the following organisations:
National Prayer Breakfast for Scotland
Pray for Scotland
Scotland United in Prayer for Parliament
Parliamentary Prayer Scotland
Put it in your diary now… Wed 10th June 8am
For more detail see… www.npbscotland.org.uk/live
Presbytery Meetings are scheduled for the following dates:
- 4th Feb, 2pm at Caol
- 24th March 2pm at Caol, Rolls and Records Checks from 11am, Lunch at 1pm
- June 9th, 4pm service at Incoming Moderator’s Church prior to Buffet, and Business Meeting.
- September 1st, 6pm at Caol
- October 27th, 6pm at Caol
- December 1st, 2pm at Caol, Bring and Share lunch at 1pm.
Climate Justice – “Them and us is a myth we can no longer tolerate” | The Church of Scotland
— Read on www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news/2019/them_and_us_is_a_myth_we_can_longer_tolerate
Highland Presbyteries | Co-operating across boundaries
— Read on highlandpresbyteries.org.uk/
Remember to have a look at Highland Presbyteries website now and again… news and info of general interest to Lochaber Presbytery and beyond is posted here. Feel free to share information from here… on your Congregational Social media and printed newsletters etc…
LOCHABER GUILDS TOGETHER AUTUMN RALLY
Autumn Rally will take place on Tuesday 23 October 2018 in Duncansburgh MacIntosh Church.
A Soup/Lunch will be served at 12 Noon. This will be followed by the meeting. The guest speaker will be Dr Pam Cairns who will speak on the Project “Free to Live Trust”. It will be helpful for catering numbers if those going can advise their Guild Convenor.
Lochaber Abernethy Cooperation
On Saturday 10th November there will be a gathering for members and friends of Lochaber and Abernethy Presbyteries at Kilmonivaig Church Hall 11am (tea and coffee from 10.30am). This will be a time to get to know one another and begin to think about how we can work more closely together to our mutual benefit. There will be worship, a session focusing on Tourism Mission, time to think about other areas of potential collaboration. Participants are asked to bring a packed lunch, tea and coffee will be provided. Members and friends of all the congregations are welcome to share in this gathering.
Could you serve the Church on one of the National Councils or Committees?
Ella Gill was set apart as a Reader on 15th August, and is now attached to the West Lochaber Area – in the congregations of North West Lochaber, Acharacle and Ardnamurchan, Strontian, Morvern and Ardgour.